1. About us
  2. Products
  3. Recipes
  4. Contests
  5. Careers
CA ES

Human Resources Business Partner

Leclerc Biscuits Leclerc Ltée 2020-6-2
  • Full-Time
  • Human Resources

Leclerc Foods Nutrition Arizona LLC., is part of the family-owned Groupe Leclerc (www.leclercfoods.com/us), a North American leader in the agrifood industry in an environment supported by cutting edge technology in our plants and offices. After 115 years of dedication to making cookies, snack bars, and crackers, Leclerc is currently looking for a Human Resources Business Partner for its Phoenix, AZ facilities. The development of our people, the coaching and support of our operations leaders and the application of the best human resources management practices are central to this function.  The HR Business Partner, along with the rest of the HR team in the other Leclerc locations, brings essential support and guidance to more than 1,200 employees the United States, and in Canada.

 

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the HR Manager, U.S. Operations, the HR Business Partner plays a strategic role in the effectiveness of the company. The individual’s primary focus is to act as an advisor and coach to the Plant Manager, the plant leadership team and their employees. In addition to ensuring delivery of all traditional human resources activities, the HR Business Partner will have the opportunity to contribute to the recommendation and implementation of HR programs which impact all US plants working closely with the rest HR team (United States and Canada).

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, key employee retention and development, and high performance;
  • Participates in the development of strategies and means to achieve the objectives of the plant in the field of human resources management;
  • Acts as a coach with the plant leadership team with a view to developing their skills and those of their team;
  • Supports leaders in implementing and executing succession plans at the plant level;
  • Supports employee development by working with management on individual and/or group training needs;
  • Coordinates and ensures a good execution of the performance evaluation process;
  • Actively participates in the annual salary and bonus management process;
  • Responsible for all talent planning, recruiting and attraction activities;  
  • Advises and supports the leadership team and employees with employee relations issues;
  • Administers all employee’s compensation and benefits programs, at the plan level;  
  • Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws;
  • Maintains management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures;
  • Ensures proper tracking of plant HR KPI’s and recommends actions to improve;
  • Works with the Occupational Health and Safety team to improve and maintain best practices in this area, and to support managers in their workplace health and safety monitoring activities; 
  • Coordinates incident investigation process and manages workers compensation claims. 

 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or any specialty related to this role; 
  • 7-10 years of generalist experience in human resources, preferably in a high-speed and high-volume manufacturing sector and preferably in a lean manufacturing environment;
  • Communicate effectively in English and Spanish;
  • Outstanding interpersonal and influencing skills, and ability to build relationships at all levels in the organization;
  • Proven achievements in collaborative contexts and demonstrating leadership, coaching ability, tact and diplomacy;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Demonstrated skills in problem solving, prioritizing, strong ability to balance the sense of urgency and the need to take a step back for informed decision-making;
  • Excellent judgment, sense of ethics and integrity, and being able to work in an environment where change is ever present;
  • Good knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite;
  • Preferred HR professional certification (SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP, PHR). 

 

We firmly believe that it is the team that makes the difference and allows Groupe Leclerc to stand out from the big multinational food companies. Authenticity, innovation, respect, commitment and pleasure at work are the values that describe us and that we seek in people. 
 


 

POSITION SUMMARY
--------------------


Reporting to the HR Manager, U.S. Operations, the HR Business Partner plays a strategic role in the effectiveness of the company. The individual’s primary focus is to act as an advisor and coach to the Plant Manager, the plant leadership team and their employees. In addition to ensuring delivery of all traditional human resources activities, the HR Business Partner will have the opportunity to contribute to the recommendation and implementation of HR programs which impact all US plants working closely with the rest HR team (United States and Canada).

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
--------------------

 - Develops an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, key employee retention and development, and high performance;
 - Participates in the development of strategies and means to achieve the objectives of the plant in the field of human resources management;
 - Acts as a coach with the plant leadership team with a view to developing their skills and those of their team;
 - Supports leaders in implementing and executing succession plans at the plant level;
 - Supports employee development by working with management on individual and/or group training needs;
 - Coordinates and ensures a good execution of the performance evaluation process;
 - Actively participates in the annual salary and bonus management process;
 - Responsible for all talent planning, recruiting and attraction activities;  
 - Advises and supports the leadership team and employees with employee relations issues;
 - Administers all employee’s compensation and benefits programs, at the plan level;  
 - Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws;
 - Maintains management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures;
 - Ensures proper tracking of plant HR KPI’s and recommends actions to improve;
 - Works with the Occupational Health and Safety team to improve and maintain best practices in this area, and to support managers in their workplace health and safety monitoring activities; 
 - Coordinates incident investigation process and manages workers compensation claims. 


 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES
--------------------

 - Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or any specialty related to this role; 
 - 7-10 years of generalist experience in human resources, preferably in a high-speed and high-volume manufacturing sector and preferably in a lean manufacturing environment;
 - Communicate effectively in English and Spanish;
 - Outstanding interpersonal and influencing skills, and ability to build relationships at all levels in the organization;
 - Proven achievements in collaborative contexts and demonstrating leadership, coaching ability, tact and diplomacy;
 - Strong oral and written communication skills;
 - Demonstrated skills in problem solving, prioritizing, strong ability to balance the sense of urgency and the need to take a step back for informed decision-making;
 - Excellent judgment, sense of ethics and integrity, and being able to work in an environment where change is ever present;
 - Good knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite;
 - Preferred HR professional certification (SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP, PHR). 


 

We firmly believe that it is the team that makes the difference and allows Groupe Leclerc to stand out from the big multinational food companies. Authenticity, innovation, respect, commitment and pleasure at work are the values that describe us and that we seek in people. 
 
Phoenix, Arizona

PHOENIX

If you love the sun, you’ll be happy to know that Leclerc also makes delicious treats in the heart of Arizona’s Valley of the Sun. Even though the city is known for its warm, sunny weather, our employees work in a modern, air‑conditioned facility that’s always comfortable. Our Phoenix plant has more than one trick up its sleeve. Granola bars and crackers are the main fare, but our team in Phoenix also makes pet treats!

Apply today

Spread the word